A lot of people view financial freedom as a fairytale. We’re raised to believe that debt is just a way of life. It’s okay to overextend yourself and it’s okay not to have boundaries.
As I’ve gotten older though, I’ve come to value my time more than anything. I want to spend my time doing the things I love. And I can’t do that if I’m jumping at the next highest paying job that comes my way, in order to support my spending and lifestyle habits.
Reflecting on your habits is a great way to identify the clutter that is consuming your finances and your time. When we don’t have healthy boundaries, we end up wondering where all our money went, we complain that we don’t have enough time for ourselves, and our houses are often a wreak.
When you’re working towards financial freedom, you’re addressing the spending habits that are consuming your finances, but that are also introducing clutter into your home. Double whammy. Overtime, when your outstanding debt starts to come down, you’re provided with more margin in your finances, which allows you to make career decisions to compliment your lifestyle rather than determine it.
As a Declutter Coach, I want to help you achieve that debt freedom and all the joys that accompany it!